Urgent Care in Angola, Indiana

Cameron Urgent Care Center
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Phone

(260) 665-8222

 

Address

1381 N. Wayne Street
Angola, IN 46703

 

Hours

M-F 8:00 AM – 7:30PM
S-S 9:00AM – 5:30PM

Cameron Urgent Care is only closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. During inclement weather, the team will make every effort to keep the clinic open but hours may vary. Please call ahead on these days to confirm hours of operation. 

Cameron On My Way

Cameron Urgent Care patients can now skip the waiting room using On My Way. This new feature allows you to check wait times, reserve your spot in line and streamline your visit. Simply click on the “On My Way” button below, fill in your travel time and hit “On My Way” to let Cameron know you’re en route. When you arrive, simply let the registration team know and they will get you checked in.

Cameron Urgent Care accepts patients on a walk-in basis. We do not offer appointments. We continue to use all necessary safety protocols to ensure our patients and visitors are in a safe environment. All patients and visitors will be asked to wear a surgical mask when they are in the building. If you do not have one, ask a team member and a mask will be provided to you.

If you have been exposed to COVID-19 or are feeling symptomatic, please let the team know when you arrive. Cameron Urgent Care is not public testing site for COVID-19. To receive a test, a visit with a provider is required. 

Note: Cameron Urgent Care is required to see patients based on severity of illness and arrival time.

About Cameron Urgent Care

When life throws you an unexpected curveball, Cameron Urgent Care is here with the quality medical care for minor illnesses and injuries. With a convenient location and extended hours, including weekends and evenings, Cameron Urgent Care will get you in and out and back in the swing of things in no time.

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When to Go to Urgent Care

Generally, urgent care matters are medical concerns that require care within 24 hours, but aren’t considered emergencies. Health concerns or issues that typically require urgent care include:

  • Minor cuts
  • Minor illnesses
  • Flu
  • Fever
  • Severe sore throat and/or cough
  • Sprains and strains
  • Accidents and falls
  • Bug bites
  • Painful sunburns or rashes
  • Sports Physicals
  • Allergy symptoms

The Difference Between Emergency Care and Urgent Care

You might find yourself with an injury or medical condition and start wondering whether it requires urgent care or emergency care services. In simple terms, any condition or injury that can permanently impair your life, or is life-threatening, should be handled through emergency care.

Medical concerns or injuries that require emergency care and should not be handled by urgent care services include:

  • Poisoning
  • Stroke symptoms
  • Severe burns
  • Severe head, neck, or back injury
  • Uncontrolled bleeding
  • Gunshot wounds
  • Seizures or convulsions
  • Compound fractures
  • Severe chest pain and/or difficulty breathing

If you or a loved one are experiencing any of these symptoms or have suffered any of these injuries, please seek emergency care as soon as possible at the Cameron Emergency Center or at an Emergency Room near you.

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